Tag: flow

Embracing the Feminine in our Yoga Practice

"It is important to restore the essential balance in the world between the masculine and feminine energies. The bird of humanity cannot fly with one wing” Vivekananda

A lot of the world we live in is masculine and this is also reflected in the yoga on offer, which traditionally has a strong masculine slant.

There is a growing movement for balance - both internally and in the world around us. Integrating a feminine yoga practice is a way of redressing this balance through the mind, body, spirit and then through our inner and outer worlds.

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13 reasons why you’ll want to find your flow

Well for starters, NO ONE wants a meaningless, stressful, unsatisfying life.

Actually I’ll caveat that – some people rather like to have something justifiably whinge worthy – heck we all enjoy it sometimes and hell we all know it can do wonders for creativity – just think of all those beautiful tragic love songs  (ooops yes self-admission there lol!)

But a long haul soiaree of this experience sucks arse and probably delivers you somewhere in the vicinity of ‘my life is over’, ‘please God take me now’, ‘why oh why oh WHY MEEEEEEEEEE’.

When the switch flips and you find yourself saying,

‘I want MORE fun, happiness, success and satisfaction in my life, work and relationships’,

…ah yes, you’re ready once more… it’s time to find your flow. Continue reading

how to use body intuition to find answers (that will work)

Following the tingles may sound daft – but it’s an awesomely simple trick for staying on your path, getting clear, doing what’s right for you, feeling buzzily creative, super inspired AND leads to successful satisfying endeavors.


What you’ll need.

Some lightness.

Errrrr what?

Yup  trust me – follow this little step by step plan and see for yourself!

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Is there such a thing as a ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ decision?

How on EARTH does one make the right decision?

This question opens a giant a bog-mire (if that’s even a word) of self doubt, angst and worry for most people (and yes moi is included 🙂 )

Three clients have spoken about this this week – in very different forms – and they fall into three rather classic categories – which in a flowery round about way can be described like this:

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